Field Guide to the American Teenager by Michael Riera
A Parent's Companion

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Invaluable analysis of teenage behavior and uncommonly wise advice for apprehensive parents

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Michael Riera, Ph.D., has worked in education since 1980. The author or co-author of four other popular parenting books includingField Guide to the American TeenagerandUncommon Sense for Parents of Teenagers, he is the family and adolescent correspondent on "The CBS Early Show." He has also appeared on "Oprah," "Today," "The View," and "48 Hours." He lives in Berkeley, California.Joseph Di Prisco, Ph.D., is an educator and writer who has taught for more than twenty years in public, independent, and Catholic schools, middle school through college. He lives in Berkeley, California.
Published August 7, 2001 by Da Capo Press. 336 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Parenting & Relationships, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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Riera is an author, educator, and media expert on adolescence and parenting (the Oxygen network and other major TV shows), while Di Prisco is a writer who has taught adolescents for decades.

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